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D-Wave’s quadcopters have been in development for years.
The company unveiled their first product, the D-X10, at CES in 2016.
The D-10 was designed with a lightweight design and a large, 4K resolution display, which was a bit of a surprise.
The quadcopler was also one of the first to use the DLP (dual-lens camera) sensor found on the DJI Phantom 2, which also featured a 5K resolution camera.
The drone was able to fly over 50 feet and can climb a height of 12 feet.
D-11, a dual-lensed version, was unveiled at CES 2017 and was described as “the best-looking drone you’ll ever see.”
The D-series quadcoplers had some of the most impressive visuals and cameras in the market, but the company never really made much progress with its next-generation quadcopller, the first D-class quadcopier.
While D-Series drones still have a lot of promise, the company is now moving away from its first-generation drones to the DQ series.
According to a report from TechCrunch, the drone that will be powering D-Q is called the DQB.
The DQB is rumored to have a 5.5-pound payload, but it has been rumored to be capable of carrying a 5-pound drone, but that hasn’t been confirmed.
A DQB drone will likely be made of carbon fiber and is likely to be powered by the DJK10D chip.
The chip will be housed inside the drone, which will reportedly be the same chip used in the DJTAC.
The processor inside the DQLB will reportedly support 1080p video recording, which means it will have high-resolution video cameras.
The drones will likely have a wingspan of about 10 feet and a height ranging from 7 to 8 feet.DQB drones have already been tested, but their official debut isn’t expected until 2020.
It’s not known if the drones will be able to go fast enough to carry out some sort of aerial reconnaissance, but we are told they are capable of traveling at speeds of up to 40 miles per hour.
There is a possibility of them being able to carry up to four people.